Local Attractions Around Albany
During your stay in Albany you can enjoy walks along white sand beaches, sample some of our region's fine wine and food, take in our local history and experience some of the natural beauty unique to the great southern.
If you don’t see whales from our balcony, book with one of the local dedicated whale watch charters – you’ll find a discount voucher supplied for our guests. If you visit Albany outside the whale migration season, don’t miss Whaleworld at Frenchman Bay which showcases the whole spectrum of the Albany Whaling Station Days ( Albany had the last whaling station in Australia ).
The Albany Golf Club links course is highly rated and recognised as one of Australia's top links courses. It is located within walking distance of the Castlereagh apratments and is a golfing experience not to be missed.
Late winter/early spring see spectacular displays and varieties. Visitors come from all around Australia to see the rare wildflowers of the South West.
The Bibbulman Track is a historic Noogar trail between Albany and Perth which starts in Albany with fabulous accessable scenery. Just outside our villa is a fabulous world-class walk trail (there is a book in the unit listing local walk trails ) which showcases the scenery of Middleton Bay. Head left for an easy stroll to Emu Point and stop for morning/afternoon tea at the tearooms, or right for fantastic scenery and vantage points for whale watching. These boardwalks are a must-do during your stay!
Discover some of the award winning wineries of our region ( ask for a map at the visitor centre ) at their cellar door – a short drive from town. Enjoy a local red and white wine complimentary with your stay. Experience the freshest produce imaginable at our local Farmers Market every Saturday morning or the Boatshed Markets on Sunday Mornings.
The Albany wind farm is home to the largest wind turbines in the southern hemisphere. Perched on top of a spectacular cliff line you’ll see beautiful coastal scenery, wild flowers during spring and (if you are in luck) breaching whales or dolphins surfing in the waves below. The Bibbulmun Track passes nearby and the Gap and Natural Bridge are just a short drive away.